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Welcome Aboard! Getting Started with ySense. » Post #488

Today, 00:59 in Member Introduction

mathieusierra wrote: Hello everyone, new to ySense i have a problem with Figure eight dashboard.. After a week and a few tasks done my dashboard is still at 0% everywhere, but when check my history i have done 3 jobs and can see my accuracy % that are 100% 89% and 95%, but my dashboard won't update, so i can't level up..

Please check your job history from your Figure Eight dashboard, or through this link:
*****://tasks.figure-eight.work/jobs/history/

Replace ***** with https

Observe your job history listing and look for any icon at the far right of the row. If you see a black circle with a line inside of it, it means that the job does NOT count for your global accuracy.

I made you the following example:


You can see here in this example, 1 job has the circle which means it won't count for your accuracy,
and another does not, which means it will count.

There is no way to know in advance if a job counts or not, unless you ask around, or you can open a task and open the history link in a new tab to check.

So if your dashboard does not show a score yet it means the tasks you worked on so far do not count for your global accuracy (look for the circles). If you do not see those circles in your history, it means the jobs count, there may be other issues.

Also, always allow at least 24 hours for your dashboard to update your score, it is not updated in real time, only the history is. The same applies for badges, it can take 24 hours to update.

Be Patient » Post #63

Today, 00:46 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Smartphone is 100 000 dollar

Bump HARD your head
Go to your doctor , say you texted and did not see lamp on the street
Sue your smartphone company for 100 000 , say they have no warning on box

Send 50% of money to me for this good idea

Start another compo , sue your town for no warning on lamps not to text

O yeah , smartphone is good

Encouraging frivolous lawsuits now ? :lol: :lol: :lol:

Septembar Half , 38,79 [ Low ] ......tasman1 » Post #4

Today, 00:21 in Success Stories

tasman1 wrote: Month $38.79 , Low , very low , very very low , looooooooooooow , no good

Month is not over yet ;)

I have $46.16 so far this month, so not far from your score :) I compared with August 1-15, where I earned $49.88, so it is very close, however, in August I ended up earning $135, because there were 4-5 very high days. So maybe this month there will be a few good days to boost it up.

Month is not over yet, all you need are a few good days to bring that up. Unfortunately I cannot compare my stats to last year, because in August and September 2018 I was inactive as I was freelancing online :D

At least you have PayPal :D

15 more days to go including this one.............Just make sure to go through all the survey invites you can, don't leave any :D

TIP: For YourSurveys, be careful there is a bug - some invites have the same ID, this is why some surveys do not credit. If you complete a survey and get credited, keep record of the ID. Whenever you click a new survey invite make sure the ID is not a duplicate of one with status of COMPLETE. You can still have same IDs with CLICKED and then COMPLETE and get paid, but once an ID has a SCREENOUT, OFF QUOTA or COMPLETE, it cannot be reused.
If you follow this - you will get credited for all of YourSurveys, this method applies for CINT, and other routers with IDs....... This does NOT apply to OpinionSurveys (Toluna) though, different issue. Also does not apply for India, as per policy of router YS to review surveys.

I am testing my theory about dupe IDs, so far it's working and getting 100% credited on Samp, CINT, YourSurveys.
I found this by accident when I completed 2 surveys yesterday and did not get paid......I did 3 surveys, and did not pay attention at the time, all 3 had the same ID, 1st one credited, 2nd and 3rd didn't even though they were DIFFERENT surveys entirely.

TIP #2, refresh your survey invites after each attempt, periodically update it at different times.

Sad » Post #9

Today, 00:02 in General Talk

pahunt925 wrote: Yes, I realize Clixsense was sold, and excuse me for not referring to it as ysense. I have always had a hard time qualifying for surveys when it was CS, but I could still make something on the offers. I try ten or more surveys and don’t qualify for any, so I try something else. I will wait and see what happens.

But US members in general have far more survey invites and routers. Many US members I know personally are earning 3 figures from surveys alone. Did you try each and every survey invites on CS and here ? Otherwise maybe you are in a difficult demographic for surveys, though there are sometimes general surveys that target everyone, above 18+ years of age.

As to offers, what kind of offers were you successful at ? Offers are very limited, once you complete one, it cannot be done again.

After doing some research online, I have found that complaints of low earnings are not limited to this site only, there are more and more complaints of lower earnings on rewards sites in general, I guess high demand, low offer, work dilution. Over the years I have observed many good routers shut down or no longer offer surveys through routers, i.e. GlobalTestMarket stand-alone, could complete 4 a day $1.25 each, SSI also had stand alone routers, now they are gone and only delivered through limited invites. LiveSample was a great router but their company shut down earlier this year :( Their surveys were unique and rarely disqualified you.

As a US member you have lots of choices when it comes to rewards sites......It is not the case for international though.

Sad » Post #8

Yesterday, 23:55 in General Talk

rajukurup wrote:
Happy to see that you have returned to the right track.I am happy to see you praising prodege and ysence when once you were totally against the company.Now my advice is that this attitude should not be changed for another 2-3 months and let us see if this site establishes and reaches to our expectations .Let the people disappointed here feel some hope with your post if you have posted this with a good intention to inspire disappointed persons.
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I want to make it clear though, praising is a big word, I have yet to see results to praise. Even though I do not agree with some aspects of new company on several levels, I only mentioned a SPECIFIC area, they are long established and have potential, and they have a healthy quality score, and the new site is NOT the worst rewards site so there is POTENTIAL, that's as much as I would say for now, for the rest unfortunately my opinions remain for now. I still do not like aspects of their business model, I am entitled to those feelings though I am willing to give them a chance. There is potential but unfortunately not much results - My philosophy has always been ACTIONS speak louder than words, I would like to see ACTIONS, then I will praise, until then I will give credit in areas where they are due :)

The only reason I am holding on to this site is that it is very hard to find a good international GPT, and it is hard to find other opportunities online which do not involve high cost and high skill. The only thing I can say to people who are disappointed, make your voice be heard, if you can find other opportunities meanwhile, go for it, but never close doors - When I found a 4 figure a month freelancing online opportunity I never closed the doors on CS. So those who are disappointed, I feel you, I am too, come back daily and keep checking, things can turn around just like that - Quitting means $0 0 chances.....

But in a few months if things don't change, it will be very hard to keep any level of optimism wouldn't you agree ?
I still won't quit though, but I will be very disappointed that's for sure.

One area that is declining BIG time is tasks - did you notice the top 10 ? Very low amount of task completion.
I am level 3 with high accuracy and only 2 pages of tasks, when there was 10, 20, 30 pages before, the amount of tasks are going down considerably now, of course this is by no means the fault of ySense, since tasks are entirely managed by Figure Eight. Appen's acquisition of F8 might be the cause. So I understand that there are things that are outside ySense control. The areas where ySense has control are surveys, offers and other opportunity if it exists.

What I have a hard time though and this is the reason why I do not preach positivity. I used to be a positive person mostly and always have hope, unfortunately 100% of the time I was positive in my life it was met with major disappointment, and no results, this is why I am more on the negative side. I try VERY VERY hard to find some hope to cling on to, but it is very hard.

I knew CS was going to eventually sell to a new owner - I even jokingly said that maybe one day neobux and clixsense will merge :lol: Fernando is very dedicated to his site, he is active on forum, their support answers very promptly, the only problem is that they are a PTC, so it would have been impossible to get PayPal.

Right now I would advise people work on stuff that credits :D Tasks if at all any, and some surveys that credit,
Samplicio, CINT, etc. I THINK I may have solved the mystery behind some CINT and YS not crediting, I will share my findings with support, it has to du with duplicate IDs on the list. For Toluna, I am not touching it here.
ALSO I have no payment method at the time, so it's hard for me to be overly optimistic, but I continue working here

Be Patient » Post #61

Yesterday, 23:31 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: You say , be patient

My Govt say , be patient .

My wife say , be patient

My children say , be patient

My friend say , be patient

Blonde say , be patient

WHY ?

I WILL NOT , NO , NO ,NO , ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

Well Tasman1, it's only 1 1/2 months in, remember, 4-5 more months to go :P
The admin stated ...."We cannot build in a FEW MONTHS what CS built in 12 years"
I'm sorry but this is not quite accurate. ClixSense started as a PTC in 2007. Sometime in 2012, Jim introduced
BOTH surveys and tasks, in July if not mistaken, it was an INSTANT success, I don't recall once complaining of missing credits. The first month they implemented tasks and surveys earned $120+.
There is a member who started his own GPT, I will not mention his name, but I met him on another forum, 1st month he had everything ready on his site, including payment processor, surveys, etc, no issues with credits, his only issue was fraudulent members cheating (he paid by PP instantly) :D Big mistake !

So in my opinion if this new site cannot get its thing together within the next few months, I think it would be reasonable to lose hope.

Be Patient » Post #59

Yesterday, 20:41 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote: Don't use a smartphone?????, ARE YOU MAD?????????

Believe it or not life existed on this planet before FB, social media and smart phones :mrgreen: But yeah now with the "SMART" everything, mobiles are not a luxury anymore, they seem to be essential to most people.
I did not use FB, social media nor smart phones until I was eventually forced to due to the work I was doing.

Quote:
I see people walking into lamp posts,

:lol: :lol: :lol: It happens here, people bump into parking meters, fall down steps, cross the street in red lights whilst texting. It's pathetic.

Be Patient » Post #58

Yesterday, 12:31 in General Talk

rajukurup wrote: Huwaei is far better than apple or hp.Everything in business is based on greed,money and politics and above all corruption the biggest evil :mrgreen: :evil:

Well it is very hard to disagree with this, well said :D I would definitely choose Huwawei over Apple :P Because with Apple we have EVIDENCE of how they deceived customers. With Huwawei it's mostly politics and we do not have concrete evidence - so the choice is easy.

Sad » Post #4

Yesterday, 11:17 in Your Stats

russ05 wrote: last year august : 364$
this august : 26.50$
things have changed :cry: :cry: :cry:

Were these mostly from TASKS ? If so then it is not due to ySense, it is due to Figure Eight. Compared to last year, there has been a significant drop of tasks. I remember seeing at least over 10-20 pages of tasks. Now only a few pages. Since the transition to F8 AI and Appen, amount of tasks has dropped BIG TIME. No matter which rewards site you work on, the lack of tasks will be the same on ALL GPT sites.....Used to earn $300-$500 a month, mostly from tasks, in the old days - 100% of the daily recurrent task authors left platform, the only daily recurring task that remained was market research 2 and 3 cents....... So the only hope now is mostly surveys and whatever remaining tasks.

Be Patient » Post #51

Yesterday, 00:52 in General Talk

ahahaha choice of customer, no, governments decide for consumers now, if it serves their own money interest.
I agree that consumers should be given a choice, BUT the deal with Huwawei ban is not because of consumers, governments could not give a shit about consumers, it is a matter of politics and national security "RISK".
Anyhow, they should ban Apple too, for what they did with their phones (programmed obsolescence , slowdown, etc.)
Now with everything on the "CLOUD" and iOT, smart this smart that, all of our data is collected remotely.
This is the price to pay for technology.

Be Patient » Post #49

Yesterday, 00:44 in General Talk

Madison91 wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
Madison91 wrote: HUAWEI, spyware?
That's a big joke! 8-)

A thief crying, "Stop thief!"

I lost you there, but what do you mean by "a thief crying "stop thief" who's the thief here ?

A Chinese proverb.(not to you)
Well, tell me who said that a spyware in HUAWEI's firmware? Evidence?Details? 8-)


Update:Searching in Google by using VPN I cannot find any Spying Evidence.
Can you help me? 8-)

I do not have any evidence as I do not have a Huwawei phone, and I would not have the required skill to decrypt the firmware to look for evidence - I just find it odd that they are banned by Android, and Canada wants to ban them from the 5G networks, I mean why would they go through trouble to turn down business without evidence, it could be just a game of politics between politicians.

I think all these allegations are because of this:
Huawei, the US ban, and links to Chinese spying explained
and
Is there any evidence that China has used Huawei technology to spy on people? - Quora

Look at the 3rd or 4th reply form the top, one person claims they ran analysis on the networks and finds high risk, concealed items.

I think it is more of a "RISK" thing than evidence, maybe due to the history behind Huwawei, owner, and ties to the government, who knows.......Is it more of a politician / national security thing or consumer thing, it's more likely to be a political thing.

Some say the phones can be a high risk and have enough provisions for misuse, does it mean that it is such, nope.
Has Huwawei come forward in reassuring consumers they needn't worry ? I don't know, but it seems corrupt politicians around the world have the last word. Now with all the sh*t happening in the news, should people take risks, we hear of identity theft, fraud, hacks, etc...

I think I understand what you meant by the "thief" comment :P I hovered over your username, and quickly understood what you meant by thief crying thief :lol: It's all about politics........ GOOD point though. We have a lot of crooked politicians here, I won't name names, so many city mayors in this province were convicted of fraud and jailed........some governments at provincial levels were alleged to have supported crooked organisations knowingly, etc. SO yeah your "thief" comment is pretty much accurate. :P

Be Patient » Post #47

Sat Sep 14, 2019 23:35 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Huawei....Australian govt rejects Huawei , no proof that they doing wrong but just to be safe if they DO wrong thing ?

They can not understand that we are ok here just thanks to China .

No iron ore export to China , No Australia

They were discussed in the news here a few months ago, news circulating that their phones spy on your private life (allegedly), sending sensitive information to remote locations......

The issue is that there are credible sources claiming that the Huwawei phones may contain spyware in their firmware. It is alleged that the main target is Americans, I dunno if Canadians or other countries should worry about their phones spying on them, but would you support nonetheless, a company that allegedly trojans spyware in smartphones microcode ? They said OOPS we made a mistake in shipping those phones with an app pre-installed - yeah they are sorry for being caught ???

One thing for sure, Huwawei will *NEVER* be a brand of smartphone I will consider, neither will I support smart speaker technology, most people don't know that all their voice requests are sent and archived on server, and may even be heard by crowd taskers, OR misused (i.e. keep recording actively !) And I will certainly not support the new IPTV cable technology using voice commands either.






They were discussed in the news here a few months ago????....... or told Canadians what Americans told Canadians what to say to public , same here , same in any place in rich western world , did you forgot that Canadians like rest of us have no right to talk ?

From what I recall the news first came out when an article was posted that someone discovered the spying inside the firmware, it was an independent source not tied to the government. Would you take a risk nonetheless ? How would you like if all your phone calls were monitored and transmitted remotely, all your contacts, all your texts, tracked by GPS, everything, all your sensitive information, banking, passwords, etc Basically all services, phones etc, collect aggregate data, nothing wrong with that, but there is a line that cannot be crossed.

Canada wants to ban Huwawei altogether, but they want to wait on that as there are Canadians detained in China.
Also Huwawei is banned from using Android.
You'd think that before banning something governments would research allegations and confirm evidence of wrongdoing no ?
I cannot wait for elections, we need a NEW government A.S.A.P!

Be Patient » Post #46

Sat Sep 14, 2019 23:26 in General Talk

suraraj wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Huawei....Australian govt rejects Huawei , no proof that they doing wrong but just to be safe if they DO wrong thing ?

They can not understand that we are ok here just thanks to China .

No iron ore export to China , No Australia

They were discussed in the news here a few months ago, news circulating that their phones spy on your private life (allegedly), sending sensitive information to remote locations......

The issue is that there are credible sources claiming that the Huwawei phones may contain spyware in their firmware. It is alleged that the main target is Americans, I dunno if Canadians or other countries should worry about their phones spying on them, but would you support nonetheless, a company that allegedly trojans spyware in smartphones microcode ? They said OOPS we made a mistake in shipping those phones with an app pre-installed - yeah they are sorry for being caught ???

One thing for sure, Huwawei will *NEVER* be a brand of smartphone I will consider, neither will I support smart speaker technology, most people don't know that all their voice requests are sent and archived on server, and may even be heard by crowd taskers, OR misused (i.e. keep recording actively !) And I will certainly not support the new IPTV cable technology using voice commands either.

Google, Apple, Amazon, Facebook all doing these spying without Trojans, Spyware.

True, but at least you have a choice NOT to use them. When you buy a smartphone where the spying is hard coded into the firmware, you have no control over it, the phone calls you make, every activity on your phone is tracked, and you cannot control it. It's like comparing apples and oranges.

Be Patient » Post #45

Sat Sep 14, 2019 23:24 in General Talk

Madison91 wrote: HUAWEI, spyware?
That's a big joke! 8-)

A thief crying, "Stop thief!"

I lost you there, but what do you mean by "a thief crying "stop thief" who's the thief here ?

Sad » Post #4

Sat Sep 14, 2019 22:16 in General Talk

pahunt925 wrote: It’s not just clixsense, it seems like every reward site I use is making it more and more difficult to earn anything.

I hope you do realise that CliXSense was sold, Jim is not putting ALL his focus on his offline business, he is no longer involved in ANY online business. The site was sold to a new company, Prodege LLC, which runs multiple rewards site, including its own, Swagbux. ClixSense was a competitive rewards site, but even in the last few months on CS, things were declining in terms of surveys. As far as other rewards site, I agree, it is getting difficult to find good rewards sites, here is where the problem is coming from:

1) Less advertisers / publishers
2) Less task authors
3) More new members joining in, so work dilution is becoming more of a problem since offer cannot keep pace with demand.

Quote: Sorry to say, clixsense has become the worst of them. Many days, like today, I don’t earn a thing, or offers I

You should refer to the site as ySense now, it is a different company, different owner running this site.
This site isn't by any means the worse rewards site, it is still quite competitive, because it has retained the same commission level of CS, the same bonus structures. Some rewards site take a big cut, sometimes half or more.
ySense is still competitive and has great potential - The problem right now are the unresolved issues, and low survey inventory, earning opportunities. In my opinion things were better in August, September seems worse for me, less survey invites. Once they increase survey inventory and add more routers, etc, and resolve issues with payment procssor, site will be on par with CS or better. Prodege also has a very healthy quality score compared to other panels, so potential is there......CONTENT isn't at the moment.

For tasks, unfortunately it is entirely in the hands of Figure Eight. They were acquired by Appen, it's unclear now if most new authors are signing up for Appen directly, which could explain lack of tasks, nothing ySense can do about it.

The click to completion conversion % here is good - quite competitive to other rewards site, the click conversion % even exceeded CS, in August - BUT........unfortunately it does not translate to higher earnings due to lack of quantity, BUT this is a signal to me that the potential is there, we are just not seeing results yet.

As far as not qualifying for surveys this is an issue on ALL rewards site, market researchers are looking for very specific areas of interest or demogaphics, the reason why earnings were higher on CS for some is that there were more survey invites to go through. On most days I had 40-60 survey invites on CS. Here, I have only a fraction of them, BUT the click to complete ratio (amount of surveys clicks to actual completion) is interesting here, so if this site had the same amount of inventory as CS, it would definitely be great here for many.

Quote:
other reward sites that promise a lot, but do not deliver. I sure hope things here change for the better, but I am not too hopeful that they will.

Here's the thing - if you do a research on Prodege LLC, you will see how much their paid for to acquire other rewards site. This is PUBLIC information, so with this information in mind you can pretty much try to guess how much they paid for to acquire CS, which is in the 8 figures. You'd think that a company spending so much money would want to recover its investment as fast as possible, which means it is their best interest to provide us with opportunity to earn, s they can recover this investment :)

Unfortunately there will always be a group of people with little to no earnings, due to their countries not being supported much or at all by surveys and due to the scarce amount of tasks. BUT the same countries who were doing well on CS, should in THEORY do well here, only time will tell.

Be Patient » Post #41

Sat Sep 14, 2019 21:57 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Huawei....Australian govt rejects Huawei , no proof that they doing wrong but just to be safe if they DO wrong thing ?

They can not understand that we are ok here just thanks to China .

No iron ore export to China , No Australia

They were discussed in the news here a few months ago, news circulating that their phones spy on your private life (allegedly), sending sensitive information to remote locations......

The issue is that there are credible sources claiming that the Huwawei phones may contain spyware in their firmware. It is alleged that the main target is Americans, I dunno if Canadians or other countries should worry about their phones spying on them, but would you support nonetheless, a company that allegedly trojans spyware in smartphones microcode ? They said OOPS we made a mistake in shipping those phones with an app pre-installed - yeah they are sorry for being caught ???

One thing for sure, Huwawei will *NEVER* be a brand of smartphone I will consider, neither will I support smart speaker technology, most people don't know that all their voice requests are sent and archived on server, and may even be heard by crowd taskers, OR misused (i.e. keep recording actively !) And I will certainly not support the new IPTV cable technology using voice commands either.

Be Patient » Post #40

Sat Sep 14, 2019 21:50 in General Talk

valerie wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Darkstar...BTW, what happened to Rod ? He hasn't been posting here for a while, which is VERY unusual,


1000 year ban ?????

Banned again ? :P For what ? :lol: :lol: :lol:

He's probably panhandling coupons. :roll:

Or he's making 4-5 figures monthly from the domains business .... He did say many times on this site that GPT is not his primary income and we all figured years ago he is into domains and affiliate marketing - so no, no need to panhandle coupons.

I'd love such opportunity not to rely on GPT, unfortunately as I stated to him, MLM, sales, pyramids, recruitment is not my cup of tea. Surely there must be methods to be financially independent without getting into those online schemes of promoting, referring, and relying on other people's work under you :) Unfortunately most requires not only skill, know-how but money, and contrary to what marketers say, only a small percentage succeed, most fail and most lose their time and money :D

STEP ONE , STEP TWO » Post #7

Sat Sep 14, 2019 11:45 in General Talk

rajukurup wrote: I chose the third option as it would give a soothing mind to disappointed members.

I agree, but actions speak louder than words. People have been reporting stuff from day 1 and till this day ignored.
Issues with credits among many others. Yes they have addressed some issues and working to provide payment processors. While they have addressed some, many has been unaddressed, more than 1 month later, and some people still have no payment processor at all. It may not be out of bad will after all, Some people are able to wait 4-5 months (theory), but as you know there are people here who were relying entirely on earnings here to pay bills, eat, etc. You can communicate all you want with members as an admin, but in the end people want some results. OK it's understandable that Payment processor delays is not ySense's fault, there are things outside their control. BUT the issues with survey credits and site issues, those need to be addressed though.

Be Patient » Post #36

Fri Sep 13, 2019 21:57 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote:
;) you know i'm just joking around a bit.

just take a look at what the Chinese government are planning for the future by using total surveillance on it's population, It's like something taken out of a Black mirror episode.

Well, I haven't watched Black Mirror yet, now I am more looking forward to watching it :lol: :lol: :lol: I want to get a glimpse of what the future will be like :mrgreen:

Quote:
If you are a good decent citizen and showing good values you will be given positive credit, social engineering at it's best, However in remote areas it will harder monitoring the citizens the same way.

It won't, if they use intrusive methods like mandatory trackers, implants, etc, As far as the good citizen part, not so fast, nobody is perfect in this world, and even the best of citizens will get into "TRAPS" set by the one world order, the whole corruption and conspiracy to lower your score :P The only way you can maintain positive credit and keep gaining score is if you are a supporter of corruption and one world order, in other words if you believe in something you don't really just for the purpose of gaining credits.

Quote:
Here in Denmark we got an offer from Huawei on designing our new public ID system which is to be rolled out in a couple of years, But the politicians were to afraid and gave the job to the Swedes instead, Hopefully not IKEA :D

Yeah there are rumours about Huwawei I dunno if any of it is true though but allegedly their phones spy on people, I would not be surprised though, but I have some bad news, a lot of today's software, even your very OS tracks you, luckily if you have the know-how you can limit or even remove most of this garbage :D ALSO it is no secret that services like Alexa, Google Home and other privacy intrusive applications send your voice requests to a server, yes they keep track of it !, they may even continue recording you at all times and pick up sensitive information. Huwawei would be the least of your worries, there are other key players in technology that are very much prone to being misused.

Be Patient » Post #30

Fri Sep 13, 2019 11:39 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: We will hear from him again in 8 years time, When ySense get's a new owner :lol:

Site barely launched and you are already thinking of the next acquisition ? Yikes! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

In 8 years time, there will be no more PayPal, Skrill, Payoneer cashout methods, it will be direct transfers to our chip implants , most stuff online will be automated, AI support, offers, stuff customised to your preferences / trends, in other words human contact will be scarce, There will be USB devices, you plug to your computer and it will transmit data to and from your implanted chip, so sites will be able to pay you this way quite easily. You will be able to make direct deposits and withdrawals directly to your bank, this will probably be a lot easier for site owners, no more dealing with approving payment processors and headaches, and it is ONE payment method universally compatible.

Yes Darkstar!!, But have you thought of the counter-culture ??? (you probably didn't).


People will abandon their smartphones and loose interest in the internet and abandon that as well. Buying used clothes and Experimentation with hallucinogen drugs will be in!! again.

In replacement of the internet! love shops founded by Jeff Bezos will pop up on every street corner, While the man himself will sell his entire empire and hand out his profits among the poorest people in Africa. After he sold his empire he will move to Oklahoma and build his own shed from sustainable tree, And all his cars will be replaced by a bike due to his concerns for the global climate.

Damn!! forgot to take my medication, AGAIN!!!

What good will it do if people abandon internet, everything is internet now anyway, smart TV, smart radios, smart phones, smart watches, smart cars, smart shoes, even smart toilets :P People can abandon internet but they cannot abandon technology, it is basically forced upon you. Even if you decide to live in some remote cabin in some remote woods in some unheard of part of the world, you'd have to basically be undeclared to go unnoticed, you will still be forced to use chip implants unless you have someone feeding you, and taking care of you 100%, The problem with technology is that in the future it will be misused to control the masses. Only the politicians and money interests may be exempt from such policies.

Rod mentioned something along the lines of a social credit system, this makes sense, you will be judged continually, your actions will affect your "score" and balance on your implanted chip, if you burn toast, you will lose some points, if you left the seat up again, you lose credits, lose enough credits and you are punished. That's the society of tomorrow. What we see on social media today is only the tip of the iceberg. :mrgreen:
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